Park Sang-won’s ceremony of “Roaring Again by 10 Points” was also excessive, and Hwang Jae-gyun and Jang Seong-woo’s anger was also excessive

With Park Sang-won of the Hanwha Eagles leading by 10 points, was it necessary to repeat the ceremony that could provoke the opponent team? KT’s Hwang Jae-gyun and Jang Sung-woo also had to blush and engage in a violent war of nerves when greeting the fans despite repeated apologies from the opponent team.유흥알바

The 2024 Shinhan SOL Bank KBO League KT Wiz and Hanwha Eagles will face off for the eighth time in the season at Suwon KT Wiz Park on the 5th.

Hanwha ended the game with a victory when pitcher Jang Si-hwan induced a ground ball to the second base against KT’s Chun Sung-ho in the bottom of the ninth inning with two outs and a 12-2 lead. Since then, the teams of both teams have come to the ground as usual, and the game seemed to end with greetings to fans, but a sudden war of nerves has unfolded near the mound.

It was KT veteran third baseman Hwang Jae-gyun. He came out to the ground and made a gesture of calling someone while looking toward the Hanwha squad, but suddenly his emotions got fiercer, and bench-clearing broke out as KT William Cuevas and Hanwha Jang Min-jae stopped Hwang. At the same time, KT Jang Sung-woo also couldn’t hide his excitement and openly expressed anger at the Hanwha squad while keeping an eye on someone. The ‘someone’ that the two players looked at was Hanwha pitcher Park Sang-won.

This was the whole story. Park took the mound in the bottom of the eighth inning with a 12-2 lead, sending back leadoff hitters Kim Sang-soo and Mel Rojas Jr. to strike out one after another. However, he unnecessarily provoked the opponent by expressing his joy with a fierce ceremony. When Kim struck out swinging, he lifted his right foot wide and clapped hard, as if he were a tag dog, and after striking out Rojas swinging, he performed a ceremony reminiscent of soccer star Cristiano Ronaldo’s “heavy rain ceremony.”

The KT bench immediately expressed discomfort over Park Sang-won’s ceremony. Jang Sung-woo, who was sitting on the bench due to back injury, was especially so. Ryu Hyun-jin was seen expressing his apology to the KT bench, and Hanwha’s pitching coach Park Seung-min reportedly apologized to the KT bench after the end of the eighth inning. Even within the Hanwha Eagles, veteran players such as captain Chae Eun-sung and Ryu Hyun-jin warned him as they judged that Park Sang-won crossed the line.

Despite this, KT’s Hwang Jae-gyun and Jang Sung-woo made gestures calling Park Sang-won separately after the game ended, and were still angry. KT and Hanwha players joined forces to stop the two players. Hwang also made an attempt to force out the players who were stopping him even after he entered the dugout as if he was not fully calmed down.

After the bottom of the eighth inning, the two players had a fierce war of nerves, even though veteran players including Ryu Hyun-jin apologized one after another, as if they were about to hit the opponent team immediately. Of course, Park Sang-won continued to stare at the KT players and entered the dugout.

Bench clearing ended with the mediation of the two teams’ coaches and veteran players. Hanwha’s Ryu Hyun-jin and Chae Eun-seong worked with KT’s Park Kyung-soo and Woo Kyu-min to organize the situation, while Hanwha’s manager Kim Kyung-moon ended the situation by talking with KT’s manager Lee Kang-chul near the home plate with a few words of handshaking and hugging before heading toward the mound.

Hanwha manager Kim Kyung-moon said after the game, “You have to learn what you have to learn while playing baseball. I will teach you more about unpleasant things after today’s game.”

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